The Interactive Charts allow you to analyze survey data in an interactive reporting environment and with the Scrapbook feature you can create your own custom reporting.
This guide shows you how to:
On your View Reports page, click the Report Available link under Interactive Charts.
On the following page, select the measures you want to display. To select all measures under a particular domain, click on the grey header.
On the main Interactive Charts page, there are two dashboards that allow you to change the presentation of your charts. The upper dashboard applies to all charts, while the left-hand dashboard applies to its respective chart.
Below is a description of each of the dashboard features:
Survey: Select different surveys directly from the dashboard with this drop-down menu. The same measures from the survey selected will display below.
Chart Type: A bar chart is currently the only option for displaying your charts.
Domain: If you want to display different measures, choose the “Re-select Measures” option from this drop-down menu and click on Refresh All Charts in the bottom-right corner of the upper dashboard.
B. Comparison (upper dashboard only)
Charts can be drilled-down (or broken down) by gender, grade, or any other demographic variable available. You can also break down the results using your School MCQ as a drill-down variable.
When selecting drill-down variables, your graphs can become quite complex and difficult to interpret visually. By clicking the drop-down tab beside a given drill-down variable, you may select or deselect specific sub-populations to tidy up the chart and focus on a specific group of students.
Did you know? As you drill down to smaller and smaller sub-populations, you may encounter data suppression put in place to protect the anonymity of survey takers. Click here for more information.
Interactive Charts can be added to your Scrapbook by clicking on the camera icon in the top right-hand corner of each chart. For more information on how to use the Scrapbook feature, see the How to Scrapbook article.